Plenty of people tune in to CNBC for tips on how to invest, but many think there’s some real money to be made by scheduling a series of pay-per-view fights between businessman Carl Icahn and hedge fund manager Bill Ackman. CNBC knew they had solid gold television on their hands, promising to re-run the highlights of the #BillionaireShowdown.

“Billionaire showdown” sounds a little tame. Forbes called the on-air exchange an “epic television cage match” and tried to nail down the highlight.

Was it when Icahn called Ackman a liar or was it when Ackman said Icahn is “not a guy who keeps his word,” and added “this is a guy who takes advantage of little people”? Maybe it was when Icahn said Ackman is “like a crybaby in the schoolyard. I went to a tough school in Queens, you know, and they used to beat up the little Jewish boys. He was like one of the little Jewish boys crying”?

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Now that’s below the belt. Still, not everyone was impressed by the rumble in the cable jungle.

Video of the “epic death match” is available at Business Insider.